One Dance UK’s Dance Ambassadors are a team of young people aged 18- 25 from across the UK who believe in the power of dance. Ambassadors are passionate young people who advocate for dance in general and assist with the delivery of our activities at local, regional and national level.
Register your interest for Dance Ambassador applications for 2022!
One Dance UK’s Dance Ambassadors are proactive, creative and confident young people from across the UK. They learn about the varied work of One Dance UK and advocate for the organisation and its activities across their networks, liaising with decision makers and stakeholders in their region and nationally. They also volunteer at a variety of dance-related events including conferences and youth dance performances and when possible provide support in the office at key times in the year. Dance Ambassadors provide a crucial ‘youth voice’ in One Dance UK’s advocacy work.
Benefits for the Dance Ambassadors:
Learn about the varied work of One Dance UK and other dance organisations.
Develop your potential as a member of the dance sector by learning about the varied roles and careers in and around dance.
Gain a wealth of new skills, knowledge and experience and build your CV.
Have the opportunity to volunteer at a variety of dance-related events, both with One Dance UK and in partnership with other organisations, developing contacts along the way.
Have your say on the future of dance!
Hear previous Dance Ambassadors talk about their experiences:
See what some of our previous Ambassadors have been involved with, here!
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Findings of One Dance UK’s 2021 research into policies and practices in UK dance organisations.
Dance activity offers an opportunity to enhance physical, psychological, spiritual and social health. Anyone who dances should be able to experience these benefits free from abuse. Safeguarding/abuse prevention activities help everyone to take responsibility for these goals.